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Divers Involvement And Bonaire’s Coral Restoration Foundation

Divers Involvement, & Bonaire’s Coral Restoration Foundation You probably have heard or read where certain coral cover around the world has declined by some 85%. There are several factors that have led to many corals becoming endangered species around the … Continue reading

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The Mantas of Yap

The Mantas of Yap If you are lucky, you may have seen a manta or two while diving, but in the waters off the island of Yap, it’s not uncommon to see a dozen or so 12-18ft wide mantas slowly … Continue reading

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Papua New Guinea: Diving At The Edge Of The World. Part Two

Papua New Guinea: Diving At The World’s Edge: Part Two To see the entire country of PNG one would have to choose from 578 landing airstrips and untold trails, but as scuba divers we would like to define our trip … Continue reading

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Papua New Guinea: Diving At The Edge Of The World. Part One

Papua New Guinea: Diving At The World’s Edge. Part One    Papua New Guinea (PNG) is the eastern half of the second largest island in the world yet it is one of the least explored areas of land on this … Continue reading

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Sea Turtles; The Godfathers of Scuba Dive Magazines?

  Sea Turtle’s; The Godfathers of All Dive Magazines? Ever see a dive magazine without a single image of a sea turtle lurking somewhere between the pages? Not going to happen. They are there; just check again. At least one … Continue reading

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Lightweight Travel Gear

Lightweight Travel Gear   If you believe that baggage fees belong on the “No Fly List” then it might be time to invest in some new dive gear or try a few new packing strategies. Starting off with the newest … Continue reading

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Destination Spotlight: Philippines

By now your passport must be loaded with stamps from the Caribbean and Central America, but our next stop is a little more far east. This time though, we’ve got two stops on our trip! Betcha didn’t see that one … Continue reading

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Destination Spotlight: Cozumel, Mexico

Crystal clear waters, delicious (and we mean delicious) food, friendly locals, rich history and of course drift diving, which is a must for experienced divers, and so much more. We’re going to try the best we can to fit all … Continue reading

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New Gear, New Gear!!

Where can you get over hundreds exhibitors with the newest in scuba gear and over 9,800 dive professionals under one roof? DEMA Show! The Diving Equipment and Marketing Association hosts the largest trade-only event in the world catering to companies … Continue reading

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